Full list of Community results
Where online meets offline: Protecting communities one Community MeetUp at a time–
The shared effort keeps local buyers and sellers safe
Which opioids are Americans Googling the most?–
PoliceOne looked at Google Trends data to discover which opioids are most often researched.
By the numbers: Deciphering gun death rates in America–
How statistics on gun ownership, police presence and mental illness providers correlate to the total number of gun deaths in the nation
5 common crimes committed by sovereign citizens–
Law enforcement must understand the sovereign citizen movement, and be able to identify specific components that make up the movement, in order to protect themselves.
2 Seattle officers help 500 underprivileged kids find a comfortable bed–
The Beds for Kids program was started by Seattle Police Officers Jeremy Wade and Ryan Gallagher in 2014 after they personally purchased beds for two girls who had been sleeping on the floor
9 police-themed books for your kids–
Next time you select a book for you child, consider these LEO-themed reads.
Christmas with San Mateo County Service League, an agency aiding inmate rehabilitation–
Working hand-in-hand with San Mateo Sheriff's Department, the Service League works to encourage a responsible transition back into their communities for inmates.
That Christmas when my faith in humanity was restored–
This good deed was done at the exact time I needed uplifting.
The war room, the street: 2 responses to Baltimore violence–
Community leaders are mobilizing on the ground with grassroots efforts to instill lessons of nonviolence
Md. department attains ''gold standard'' in policing–
The department worked hard to become certified by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies
Understanding other cultures can prevent an ass-kicking–
It can also help resolve issues effectively.
Announcing the 2015 RISE Awards: TASER and PoliceOne team up again to honor officers, agencies, and civilian partners–
This year, the award program not only recognizes individual officers and departments for excellence in service, but also partners in the community who have helped police fulfill their public safety mission
Is America ready for the true cost of police reform?–
Some people calling for changes in policing probably do have a handle on the answers to those questions, but I contend that many do not
Pa. families in manhunt area offer 'thank you' to police–
Support from the community, one trooper said, only helps morale as officers continue to patrol the area
Fla. police attend training at Holocaust museum–
Tampa officers are expected to gain a new appreciation of how they are perceived in the community and how they want to be perceived
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